Good Time With Gregg
I learned SO much from Gregg Braden’s workshop in Salt Lake this weekend that I’m not sure where to start! I’ll hit the highlights and post more during the rest of the week.
One of Gregg’s key points was his explanation of the language of the Field (aka Matrix, ethers, Universe, God) and how we can best interact with this Field to turn quantum possibilities into our physical reality. (PS – he said the Field is not a theory, it’s a fact. And scientists have known about it a lot longer than I thought they did.)
He says we would do well to learn the language the Field speaks in order to live life the way we’d like. That language is the one of feelings and beliefs.
Gregg went on to explain that thought originates from our top three chakras, emotion from the bottom three, and feelings come from the meeting of thought with emotion in the heart (the fourth) chakra. So the top three combine with the bottom three in the middle chakra – to create feelings. In the heart.
Feelings. In the heart.
This is where the action is!
Gregg said emotion is pretty simple; it’s usually one of two. Either love or whatever we think of as the absence of love (fear). When we combine a thought with emotion we create feelings. And feeling is the language of the Matrix. (Or Field. Universe. Whatever you call yours.)
So our thoughts combine with our emotions to create feelings, and those feelings program our Field. You could say it’s our “order up.” We get what we feel.
You know me, I’m Abraham-trained and thus talk about all this in terms of Vibration. I think that fits in nicely with what Gregg says.
Which is why, as I’ve mentioned before in the Pray Rain Journal posts, when we ask/want/pray FOR something, we can’t get it because we’re acknowledging the absence of it. We have to FEEL IT (can anyone say Lynn Grabhorn?) in order to manifest it.
No news there; you know this. (But do you practice it?)
Gregg talked about a woman who had been diagnosed with bladder cancer. Her ultrasound revealed a three inch inoperable tumor. Western doctors told her to prepare for death. She then went to a medicine-less hospital in Beijing (okay – “medicine-less hospital” – how cool is that?) and had three healers work on her. They felt what it would feel like for this woman to be healed.
They didn’t wish the tumor away, they didn’t make it wrong, they didn’t fight against it. Tumor wasn’t part of their gig. Let me repeat: they didn’t have judgment about it and they didn’t try to make it disappear. They just felt what it would feel like for her to be a healed woman.
(This is where many of us get tripped up in our own manifestations. We get caught up in tumor energies, if you know what I mean.)
While these three healers intensely felt feelings of her healing, the ultrasound machine showed that three inch tumor disappearing in two minutes and 40 seconds. It happened before our very eyes!
Gregg’s point was that this manifesting stuff doesn’t have to take a long time! It doesn’t have be a gradual progression … atoms can rearrange INSTANTLY in the presence of the right feelings and beliefs!
He also pointed out that we’re conditioned to look at what’s wrong and try to fix it. But looking at the tumor won’t make it go away. Rather, feel the feeling of healing (if we’re doing this for ourselves, then we can acknowledge where we ARE healed and healthy) and give thanks for it.
Basically, we just feel as if it’s already happened – whatever it is we’re wanting. He suggested asking the question: “What is your life like in the presence of your ______(healing/abundance/relationship/whatever)?” Feel that now.
Two more quick things before I sign off:
Gregg said he’s shown that two minute 40 second tumor clip in hundreds of presentations, and told the story many more times than that in the last three years.
Guess what he got diagnosed with recently?
Something funky in his bladder. In hindsight, it didn’t surprise him. I mean, here he is talking about this woman’s bladder cancer over and over; not a surprise that he’d be a match to a bladder problem. And it gave him the opportunity to practice what he preaches. Which he did. Successfully.
Here’s something else he said that hit home: once we really get that we’re empowered to change our reality, the irony is that we feel less of a need to do so. It’s our ego that wants to make changes. Once we accept that we are powerful creators, all of a sudden the desire to change things decreases.
I know what he’s talking about and suspect some of you can relate too, huh?
All right, I’m off to try to make sense of 40 pages of notes and exciting new ideas and understandings from my good time with Gregg!
PS – at the workshop I picked up one of his books: “Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer.” I thought about “2012,” but also picked up Neville’s “Power of Awareness” and “The Lost Books of the Bible” based on his recommendation. I’ll keep you posted!